Created in association with the International Usability and UX Qualification Board, this professional 3-day UX certification programme covers usability evaluation methods and theories – in particular, usability testing. It is independently assessed/certified by iSQI.
Bunnyfoot were the pioneers and are now one of the leading providers of the Certified Practitioner of User Experience Course (CPUX) in the United Kingdom.
Please note: To take the CPUX-User Testing course, you must have passed the CPUX-Foundation exam.
CPUX (Certified Professional for Usability and User Experience) is an international standard for qualification of individuals who are professionally involved in developing or ensuring the usability or user experience of products.
CPUX-UT (CPUX-Usability Testing) is an advanced module which focuses on the preparation, moderation, and analysis of usability tests and builds on the foundational CPUX-F course. 50% of the course will be spent on practical exercises like writing test tasks, moderation, and communicating usability test results.
You can find more information about CPUX at www.cpux.org
This course is for anyone holding the foundational CPUX-F certification. It is the perfect addition to your UX knowledge if you are involved or interested in usability testing, whether you are a product manager, software developer or designer.
Taking this course will:
This certification is one of the four advanced qualifications of the CPUX curriculum, besides user requirements engineering (CPUX-UR), interaction specification, information architecture and prototyping (CPUS-IIP), and usability engineering (CPUX-UE).
The course is based on content from the International Usability and User Experience Qualification Board (UXQB) and delivered in London.
The course provides a deep dive into several aspects of usability testing:
The assessment consists of a theoretical test and a practical assignment.
For the theoretical test, you must answer a number of questions about usability evaluation within 90 minutes. The theoretical test takes place at the end of the third day of the training.
For the practical part, you must plan, conduct and report a usability test with at least 3 usability test participants of a website within one week of your choice.
In order to gain the CPUX-UT certification, you must score at least 70% in both tests. To obtain the CPUX-UT training license, you must score at least 80% in both tests.
You can find an example of a complete certification test here: www.uxqb.org/en
The International Usability and User Experience Qualification Board (UXQB) is a consortium of internationally recognised experts in usability and user experience. UXQB’s objective is to develop, maintain and manage the certification program (CPUX: Certified Professional for Usability and User Experience).
CPUX is an international standard for qualification of people working professionally within UX. So far professional UX-organizations in six European countries have joined UXQB: Germany, Switzerland, Austria, England, Holland and Denmark.
CPUX-F, Certified Professional for Usability and User Experience – Foundation Level, is the basic UX certification and foundation for more advanced certifications in usability testing (CPUX-UT), user requirements engineering (CPUX-UR); interaction specification, information architecture and prototyping (CPUX-IIP), and usability engineering (CPUX-UE).
Read more about UX certification www.uxqb.org/en where you can also find curricula and examples of the tasks that you have to solve if you want to be certified. The course includes many additional, unpublished examples of test tasks.
Duration: 3 days
Venue: Remote (Zoom)
Price: 3 day training course & certification exam – £1,750 (excl. VAT)
Certification exam only – £695 (excl. VAT)
We will provide breakfast, lunch, refreshments throughout the day, course materials and a certificate of completion.
Cathy has over 10 years’ experience in user-centred design, user research and usability testing. As well as being one of Bunnyfoot’s Senior consultants, she also delivers Bunnyfoot’s User Testing course and the Advanced Level Certified Professional Usability Testing and Evaluation (CPUX-UT) course.
With extensive knowledge of user-centred design and behavioural research, Cathy has managed and conducted studies nationally, internationally and remotely. She undertakes a wide range of consultancy work including; usability testing, accessibility testing, depth interviews, mental models, persona creation, ethnography and heuristic analysis.
Cathy’s experience spans both the public and private sector, working with a large number of household brands, most recently: HSBC, Sky, Vodafone, BBC, Tesco and Nestle.
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